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Captive Lover [NOOK Book]

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Dylan Yates isn’t a bad person but he’s fallen in with the wrong guy. Marcus Tucker is a big, bad and beautiful biker who runs a huge criminal empire. Dylan hooks up with Marcus for a night of hot sex and only realizes after it's too late that Marcus is a man with a dangerous plan.

Dylan meets the man of his dreams shortly afterward and suddenly becomes embroiled in a ...
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Captive Lover

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Overview

Dylan Yates isn’t a bad person but he’s fallen in with the wrong guy. Marcus Tucker is a big, bad and beautiful biker who runs a huge criminal empire. Dylan hooks up with Marcus for a night of hot sex and only realizes after it's too late that Marcus is a man with a dangerous plan.

Dylan meets the man of his dreams shortly afterward and suddenly becomes embroiled in a situation that puts both of them in terrible danger. When Dylan’s young brother’s life is threatened, he must choose between the man he wants and his flesh and blood.

It turns out that trying to get away from a man like Marcus Tucker and his armed guards isn’t an easy thing to do.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016533674
  • Publisher: Westburg Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/9/2013
  • Series: Westburg , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 276
  • Sales rank: 874,331
  • File size: 215 KB

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  • Posted October 22, 2013

    As a huge Patricia Logan fan, I was overjoyed to read the news o

    As a huge Patricia Logan fan, I was overjoyed to read the news on her new series, focusing on Westburg, Texas, an important setting or part of back story for quite a few of her characters. And yes, as a fan, I was given the trigger warning by Patricia herself, as I'm a survivor of some horrible things. Even having an idea of what the book was about didn't detract from my enjoyment of her descriptive, emotive story. Dmitri's story had my heart in my throat as I dove into this story; Marcus is the perfect villain. When we got to chapter one and "present day," I immediately fell in love with Dylan Yates- he's such a wonderful romantic hero. As the turns and twists of horror unfolded, it was beautiful to have the burgeoning relationship between Dylan and Connor to lessen the darkness. I most definitely cried when the end came, things finally fixed, and Dmitri's humanity restored. I cannot wait to read the next book.

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